Jeritza sings “Wie nahte mir…” from Weber’s Der Freischütz.
Lehmann sings “Wie nahte mir…” from Weber’s Der Freischütz.
Jeritza sings “Alles pflegt…” from Weber’s Der Freischütz.
Lehmann sings “Alles pflegt…” from Weber’s Der Freischütz.
Jeritza sings “Es gibt ein Reich” from Ariadne auf Naxos by Strauss
Lehmann sings “Es gibt ein Reich” from Ariadne auf Naxos by Strauss, but starts earlier in the scene than Jeritza’s recording.
Lehmann sings the same aria as above, but starting with “Ach, von allen…” which is translated above.
Jeritza sings the same aria as above, but starting with “Ach, von allen…” which is translated above.
Jeritza sings “Euch Lüften” from Lohengrin by Wagner
Lehmann sings “Euch Lüften” from Lohengrin by Wagner
Lehmann sings Schubert’s “Der Jüngling…”
Schmidt-Walter sings Schubert’s “Der Jüngling…”
Walter Ludwig sings Wolf’s “Storchenbotschaft.”
Lehmann sings Wolf’s “Storchenbotschaft.”
Lehmann sings the last portion of “Allerseelen” by Strauss.
Anders sings the last portion of “Allerseelen” by Strauss.

Now we’ll hear Mozart’s “Das Veilchen” (The Little Violet), a Goethe poem, in a comparison between Lehmann and Elisabeth Schumann. Lehmann recorded hers with Ulanowsky in 1941. Schumann recorded hers in 1945 with Gerald Moore. Will you listen to the two performances differently after reading what Lehmann wrote about Elisabeth Schumann’s Lieder style?”

Lehmann sings “Das Veilchen” by Mozart
Schumann sings “Das Veilchen” by Mozart
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